Six members of the USFSP Student Environmental Awareness Society (SEAS) recently attended the national conference of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) in Portland. The AASHE conference is the largest gathering of higher education sustainability professionals and students in North America, with some 2,000 participants. “When we found out that […]
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USFSP journalism students performed well in the annual Southeastern Regional Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl (IEB), hosted recently by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. Teams gathered at the St. Petersburg College EpiCenter in Clearwater to argue and defend their moral assessments of some of the most troubling and complex issues facing society today, including an […]
In honor of Veterans Day, USFSP hosted a ceremony on Monday, calling for a moment of silence while bugles were played at 11:11 a.m. Students and faculty paid tribute to all those who have served, including those who are now students. “Let’s work together to show our veterans they are not alone,” urged Jared S. […]
The Blue Ocean Film Festival comes to St. Petersburg November 3-9 — an exciting event for our city and for USFSP. To kick off the event, USFSP will participate in a Blue Ocean Beach Cleanup on Sunday, November 2. The Office of Multicultural Affairs is partnering with several community groups to make the cleanup possible. Students, […]
Dr. Deby Cassill, associate professor of Biology at USFSP, has been using JMP software since her post-doc days at The University of Arizona, circa 1999. She was introduced to the program by a grad student who promised that it was intuitive and easy to use. He was right; it took Cassill five minutes to be […]